A few weeks ago I hurt my wife's feelings...
You'd think a guy who studies how to have an amazing relationship would have figured out how to avoid doing that by now, right?
Alas, no matter how much I try, I don't think I'll ever completely figure it out...
Are you ever surprised by the ways you hurt your partner's feelings completely by accident?
Here are a few things that have caused my wife and me tension, stress, or just plain old conflict in the past few weeks... completely without intention:
- Accidentally throwing something away the other person wanted to keep
- Taxes... and whether or not I'd get them done on time
- A poorly timed joke (jokes are less funny when you're hangry)
- Sex (the frequency, and initiation of)
- Being sick and also being exhausted
- Overlooking/not acknowledging an act of kindness
- What time to go to bed
- Someone farted in the car (ok, fine... I farted in the car... again)
See!? You're not alone!
Every couple experiences conflict... even if it's little things, like who's turn it is to empty the dishwasher.
It's just part of life.
But here's the important thing that most people don't realize:
It's how you choose to deal with that conflict that ultimately defines the quality and longevity of your relationship.
(Dang, that's profound. I gotta tweet that...)
Lucky for you, dealing with conflict is a skill you can master...
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Seriously though, I've got some incredible tools, techniques, and tricks created by some of the best relationship experts in the world.
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